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I know you guys have seen tons of this gold.
I have two med supers full, but when I disassembled the dead-outs, there were a couple of deep frames filled on both sides.
I guess they couldn't get to them in the cold. :cry:

It just looked too purty not to show. :thumbsup:


Rectangle Wood Recipe Cuisine Natural material
 

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Very Very nice----makes my mouth water :cool:
 

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Wow, I would just have too taste a little bit of that, can hardly wait until the bees I get start making a lot of honey, well enought for themself and me.

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Thanks all, we spent the weekend spinning two med supers, probably 1.5 full. (8 frame)
Almost filled the bucket, looks close to 4+ gallons of honey..:razz:
More bottles are ordered as we ruined the last batch in the dishwasher. :mad:
In order to sell to friends and coworkers, am I correct in that all the info needed on the label is "Honey" and quantity? I'm in NY.
 

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They are plastic, no prob except they weren't air dried, heat was on, warped the ^%$ out of them...
 

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Melrose, laws differ state to state of course. You should be able to find yours online. I have to have more info on the bottle here.
 

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Honey, quantity by weight, contact information (address or phone number) and if selling through an outlet, a nutrional label (up here in Canada anyway).
 
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